The Third Annual Fast and Fentress Fright Fest

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October is upon us once again, and so are another series of bone-chilling horror movie reviews.  Over the course of the month I’ll be posting one review every other day, with movies spanning multiple decades, countries, and subgenres.  Just as before, the only criterion for a movie’s inclusion is that I can’t have seen it.  Later today I’ll post the first of these reviews, for the 2013 slasher sequel Curse of Chucky.  So keep an an eye or two on this blog; these movies are so good, it’s scary.

The Second Annual Fast and Fentress October Fright Fest

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It’s that spooky time of year again, and you know what that means – another round of scary movie reviews!  Though this time I won’t be holding myself to the hellish pace of one review per day, I will be getting as many in as I can.  And as before, the only criterion for inclusion is that I can’t have seen the movie.  Later today I’ll publish the first of these reviews, for the 2016 home invasion thriller Hush.  So keep your eyes peeled; these movies are TO DIE FOR.

Fright Fest Review #26: Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)

Fans of water will find themselves sorely disappointed by this movie.
Fans of water will find themselves sorely disappointed by this movie.

Subgenre:  Slasher

Summary:  Twenty years after the events of Halloween, Michael Myers returns to terrorize Laurie Strode, who’s now the head of a secluded private school. Continue reading

The Fast and Fentress October Fright Fest

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Starting later today, I’ll be reviewing one horror movie per day (none of which I’ve seen before) for the month of October.  Variety played an important role in the selection process; the films I chose span multiple sub-genres, decades, and countries of origin.  Later today I’ll be publishing the first of these capsule reviews, for the 1981 slasher The Burning.  Stay tuned; it’ll be a real SCREAM!